Originally Posted by TeresaPendino
It has been a while since I have updated. I have 11 out of 36 (units) complete and together. This has been hibernating for a while being I had a couple of other projects that had to take priority. I am having second thoughts on how I did things. I have only tacked my corners of the windows and did not go all the way through. With that said, now I am questioning durability. (visualizing something getting caught in the "pockets" and pulling them loose). As much as it makes me cringe
Some checkbooks I am working on
I am looking for a pattern called Tutti Fruitti. It was in a magazine about 6-7 yrs. ago. I have kit but would like pattern.
Even with the story of what is going on in our life, the bank STILL isn't willing to work with us.
Besides the usuals, I want to keep handy those patterns that can be used with jellly rolls (2.5" strips). This is my inspiration page.
I'll add the usuals here soon.
Missouri Star has a tut on 11" Stars:
4 4" black squares
8 1.5" black squares
4 4"x2.5" of the strip
4 6"x2.5" of the strip
sew opposite black 2.5" squares on the
Updated 08-10-2012 at 03:44 PM by heyjami
Some great picture inspiration:
(for Stars) http://incompetech.com/graphpaper/triangle/
Updated 08-05-2012 at 07:02 PM by heyjami
My babylock jane tension is messed up. I loosened it to use invisible thread on a quilt and in the process unloosened it all the way. After I tightened it back up there is now no tension. When I thread the machine and pull the thread through the needle it just slides right through on the tightest tension.*
Originally Posted by Quilter in MN
Silly question but I am new to embroidery and was wondering if there is a good place to get blanks such as baby bibs?
How are Zeus and Quilts related? Way too closely, for me. Athena, as you may remember, sprang forth, fully armed and armored, from the head of Zeus, after giving him one heck of a headache.
My last few quilts have been like that. Fester, fester, and then "ta-da!" a quilt, fully formed, from design to quilting, from my mind onto paper in a flash. And then quickly onto fabric before it gets away.
On my quilting list I have 45 quilts listed. Three are done
My best quilting buddy and co-pilot for shop hops "Judi" had her mom pick up block kits for design a quilt block contest for their county fair - she lives one county over from me; all 10 or 12 participants will receive the same fabric - I measured and it's 3 fat eighths in blue tan and cream - reminds me of the civil war fabrics. Keep in mind I have never designed my own block from start to finish - block has to be 12-1/2" unfinished square. Something original - original I'm not;